YPO Global Pulse: Geopolitical Uncertainty Overshadows Economic Factors
Ahead of concerns over interest rates and general inflation, the No. 1 external factor concerning chief executives is the uncertainty of the current geopolitical landscape, according to the most recent YPO Global Pulse Survey. Global economic recession expectations are split 50/50 with 50.2% of YPO members surveyed expecting a recession currently or in the next year, up 42.1% from last quarter. Overall, South Asia reports the biggest wins in business improvements over the past year and has the most optimistic expectations for business in the coming quarter.
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YPO Global Pulse: CEOs Driving Growth: The Workplace Redefined
How can leaders best capitalize on today’s business environment? To understand actions leaders are taking as well as plans they are setting in motion, YPO recently conducted a survey of 1,681 chief executives from across 96 countries and more than 47 industries. YPO is the world’s largest global community of chief executives in the world with 33,000 members. This survey of a representative sample from across their membership provides insight into how CEOs from across the world view workplace trends, the state of the global economy, and the actions necessary to move forward.
YPO Global Pulse: Business Outlook for 2022
What does 2022 hold for global business leaders? We sought out the perspectives of the largest global community of chief executives. While volatility remains a primary business challenge, 81% of YPO members surveyed say they have a somewhat or very favorable business outlook going into next year. The survey represents chief executive sentiment in 101 countries across 44 industries. Executives shared the challenges they are facing, their actions moving forward and their thoughts on pertinent business trends and issues.